- Our licensed Vancouver furnace repair technicians train every week on heating systems. This ensures they’ll do the job right…the first time! Our technicians are fully licensed and ticketed, adhering to all Fortis BC guidelines and regulations.
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Air conditioners blowing hot air or not cooling your house during a British Columbia heat wave isn't fun. These issues are mainly caused by low or leaking refrigerant.
An undercharged refrigerant system just can't pump out enough cool air. A leaking system needs to be repaired since recharging will only be a temporary fix. The important thing is to properly identify the cause.
Trust the local Vancouver, BC area experts at BCRC Heating and Cooling to diagnose why your air conditioner is blowing hot air or not cooling the house. Let's get it fixed!
Central air conditioners usually last 12-15 years. However, this depends on whether you've properly maintenance your AC unit and if your unit is properly sized for your home. Maintenance keeps your system running efficiently which leads to longevity. Having a unit that is too big or too small leads to inefficiency, more strain on your AC which can cause failure faster.
As your AC gets older, it economically makes sense to replace than repair. We have financing on new installed AC units available for you when the time comes. If you're noticing rising energy bills and more AC repairs, it's time to call the local trusted Vancouver AC experts at BCRC Heating and Cooling to get your system looked at.
It's not uncommon in British Columbia summers to have your air conditioner freeze up. Insufficient air flow across your evaporator coil can be the cause. AC works by drawing inside hot air over the coils - if not enough air then the refrigerant can't do its job. The temperature continues to drop causing it to freeze.
A system low on refrigerant forces the refrigerant to expand at the same amount. This causes the coil to become colder - dropping below freezing point. The moisture in home's air comes in contact with the coil - ice is formed and system freezes up.
The key is to first identify the problem, and the local Vancouver, BC area AC experts at BCRC Heating and Cooling can do just that. Call now and see how fast we can get there!